The Marshall staff have been working hard to help your students learn the Eagle Expectations. All students at Marshall are expected to be safe, responsible and respectful both in school and outside of school. These expectations are designed to help students grow academically, socially and emotionally. There are Eagle Expectations posters throughout the school helping to remind students of appropriate behaviors. Students are also supported in making the right decisions through lessons that are taught in class every Tuesday.
Students receive Eagle Tickets any time their teacher notices them going above and beyond to follow our Eagle Expectations. Students put their name on the ticket and turn it in to a raffle box with their teacher or in the main office. Two times per week a raffle is done during morning announcements (on the PA system) and 2 students are chosen to be recognized for being safe, responsible and respectful. These students also win a fun Eagle prize.
Eagle Expectations are a fun way to acknowledge students for doing the right thing, promote positive language and appropriate behavior in school.
For information on using Eagle Expectations at home please click this link!